Open Endings by Megan Linden


Title: Open Endings
Author: Megan Linden
Published: July 3, 2014
Pages: 54
Publisher: MLR Press
Publisher Website: link

Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★ ☆

(eBook copy provided by the author via the Goodreads M/M Romance Group’s ‘Don’t Buy My Love’ program in exchange for an honest review.)

This was definitely a sweet and enjoyable read which left me wanting to read more about these two.

Matt Holston will be graduating from college soon and has decided to consider the Marines, following in the footsteps of both his father and stepfather. But when Cole Perry, the Marine he encounters when he goes into the recruiting office, tells him he should completely rethink that choice, he finds himself more intrigued by the man than by the possibility of a military career. And by unraveling the mystery that is Cole, Matt just might begin to figure out who he wants to become, as well.

It’s easy to be taken with these two guys. They both possess endearing qualities and I found myself wanting to reach into the pages and give them both a hug.  Because this isn’t a lengthy book, the relationships develop quickly, but none of them seem forced; it has a very natural pace. While this wasn’t set up as a series, I could see myself reading one if the author felt inspired to write it.